Bachelorette parties are going virtual.
In the wake of COVID-19, many businesses are finding creative ways to keep their doors open through the duration of the shutdown. Some restaurants have pivoted to contactless, curbside pickup and delivery, while others are now offering grocery services. Other business, such as book stores and production companies, have adapted to the digital landscape so their customers still have access to their products. Another business that's relying on a shift to streaming is Chippendales—the touring dance troupe best known for its male striptease performances.
Chippendales is now offering a virtual experience called "Chippendales@Home," which allows their fan base and customers to view a Chippendales performance from home. The streaming parties are 30-minutes long and feature at least 2 Chippendales dancers, according to TMZ. Customers can "chat, flirt, play games and give or receive a virtual lap dance" the outlet reports. Chippendales@Home is available on video chatting platforms such as Zoom, House Party, FaceTime and Google Hangout.
The Chippendales will offer free virtual parties for healthcare workers and first responders during the shutdown. If you purchased a ticket to a Chippendales show postponed by the pandemic, you can also get a free virtual party.